She's so enthused about her subject, finding excitement in holding a gold coin that could have come from Timbuktu, trekking over the Atlas Mountains, living with one of the few remaining nomadic families from the area, getting hands-on in a tannery in Fes, and sleeping in venues the camel caravans and traders would have hundreds of years before.
Here's the original trailer just so you have a taste.
It's not just about the journey itself, or experiencing a different culture in today's world, but just as importantly it's about the connection with the past and learning to see how things have changed and developed over time. It's brilliant and feeds my love of learning, travel, culture, history and good documentaries.
I'll admit, I can't wait for the next episode for another fix of this Arabian adventure...
(And here's a link so you can see some more: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08qlhkp)